A metal dinosaur has been making its way around Aberdeen shopping centres to educate the public about fibre cabling.
CityFibre has been touring the UK with Coppersaurus, a copper dinosaur which forms part of its new national campaign.
Coppersaurus first visited Union Square before moving to the Bon Accord Centre.
The idea behind the campaign is to give residents the chance to find out about misleading broadband adverts, and teach them more about the cabling that is currently going on under the ground.
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Will Brayne, director of marketing and communications at CityFibre, said: “The Coppersaurus represents the UK’s neglected digital infrastructure and its equally redundant advertising rules.
“Copper is masquerading as fibre across the UK, leaving us stuck with a relic from the past rather than focusing on the digital connectivity of the future.
“That’s why we’ve brought the campaign to Aberdeen, so residents can help us make sure the practice of advertising copper-reliant connections as fibre gets its very own asteroid moment.”